March 10, 2016
Tammie and Scott Green of Shawnee.
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Check out our latest Automotive Advisers column.
Whether maneuvering the twisty roads in the Ozarks or the straight and narrow lanes of Interstate 70, your ability to steer and control the vehicle is essential.
Riding around with the windows down here in Shawnee can be nice, but not so much when hot temperatures rise—as they tend to do this time of year.
With the Kansas winter nearly in the rearview and the promise of spring on the horizon, there are several maintenance checks to consider for your car, one of which is for alignment.
"Battery failures are one of the most common automotive issues we see and, fortunately, they’re one of the easiest to prevent or resolve."
There are several easy precautionary steps you can take to protect your car’s components during the remaining winter months.
Where do you start when your car won’t? The answer is to begin by listening.
Learn how to weatherproof your car with these professional tips.
Every day, we trust our vehicles to get us from point A to point B and to do so safely.
Another school year is on the horizon, and the driving roster in many Shawnee households is about to shift — with new drivers coming into the mix and other drivers heading off to college.
For many of us, our fathers will be top of mind this month. With Father’s Day just around the corner, dads, uncles and grandfathers will be celebrated for the role they play as our very own superheroes day in and day out.
Mother knows best! Mother’s Day is a special day to celebrate the most important women in your life. For many of us, Mom played the role of Superwoman, keeping us on the right road — often by keeping us on the road. From driving to school to car pooling to soccer games, grocery shopping or appointment hopping, many dedicated moms play a secondary role as a chauffeur.
April showers bring May flowers, but they can also can bring trouble for your car. A monthly column written by Scott and Tammie Green, owners of Christian Brothers Automotive in Shawnee.
This is the first installment of a monthly column written by Scott and Tammie Green, owners of Christian Brothers Automotive in Shawnee. The column will be published on the second Sunday of every month.